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  • Entertaining

    4 Star reviews of To Trust Again (Sisters of Fire #6) by Kathryn Shay Book six and the final book in Kathryn Shay's latest series and was an entertaining read that I was drawn to from the first chapter. This is Battalion Chief Brooke Cartwright and Cord Remington’s second chance at love story. These two have history and now fate has brought them back into one anothers lives. Brooke has suffered loss, but she has pulled herself back up and is determined to move forward. Her journey has not been easy and at times my heart broke for her. Reconnecting with Cord and meeting his adorable little Olivia (Livy) she slowly begins to come back to life. I enjoyed this story line, it was fast paced, well written with characters whose story you cannot help but become invested in. It was also good to catch up with the other couples and learn what has been happening. A fitting way to end an entertaining series.

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  • Sisters of Fire finale

    I have loved the Sisters of Fire, and what a finale this is. Brooke and Cord Remington have a past, and it’s one no one could have foreseen. This truly is about learning to trust again, and both have a good reason for reserving that trust from each other. Cord is now determined to focus on his daughter, never having forgotten Brooke, but never having forgiven her either. And Brooke also paid dearly for their relationship, but also lost the man she chose, a year before this story. This book is packed with emotion – like all Sisters of Fire books, all the sisters have a part in the book, and there are babies and love and hope and a sense of an ending for the series, and that is bittersweet.

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  • To Trust Again

    ARC for honest review with no compensation To Trust Again is book 6 and the final book in the Sisters of Fire series by Kathryn Shay and what a way to end this series! Totally did not see that coming…Battalion Chief Brooke Cartwright lost her husband about a year ago and is trying to move forward, sending her sons off to college and being alone. When she is asked to attend a meeting she meets Cord Remington, a man from her past… Can these two work through what happened in the past and build a future and family together or will it all go up in flames??

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  • Good series ender, enjoyed the book.

    I have waited for this story. Brooke's past and her grief kept her a little apart from the other Sisters. As the story unfolded, there it was for us to see. I have loved the support she has gotten and given within the Sisters of Fire. She was strong, and I liked seeing some of her connection to her children. Cord was hard at first, but his love for his daughter and reconnection with Brooke softened him up. This story and the series are worth the read. I received a copy of this story through Enticing Journey Book Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.

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